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U.S. Information Agency. (1982 - 10/01/1999)
ARC Identifier 50813 / Local Identifier 306.4583. INTRODUCES FIVE BLACK AMERICAN ARTISTS - CHARLES WHITE, A PAINTER IN LOS ANGELES; ROMARE BEARDEN, A NEW YORK PAINTER WHO USES COLLAGES AND CUT-OUTS; RICHARD HUNT, A SCULPTOR IN CHICAGO; BARBARA CHASE- RIBOUD, A SCULPTOR LIVING IN PARIS; AND BETTY BLAYTON, A PAINTER-COLLAGE ARTIST AND DIRECTOR OF THE MOMA ART SCHOOL IN HARLEM. ALL ARE ACCOMPLISHED ARTISTS.
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December 20, 2015
I was directed to this video from Internet Archive search for Charles White. It is one of the premier resources for information in any format.
The selection of African American artists is varied in methods, influences and goals. Each is a recognized major artist in any grouping and yet they come off as great human beings.
This is a great tool for teaching children as we'll as researchers.